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Posted on January 2, 2018 in Depression, Society

Universities Are Conducting Research on Social Media & Depression

Social media addiction research has gained increased attention across the world as mental health experts and everyday social media users come to understand that life online can lead to harm, as well as enjoyment. Some of the research in this field focuses on the potential link between frequent use of various online platforms and the chances of developing significant symptoms of depression. Several universities are currently pursuing this line of inquiry.

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Risk of Teen Bullying

Posted on March 24, 2017 in Depression, Teen Mental Health

Are Teenagers Too Young to Go to Rehab for Depression?

Some people believe that depression is a condition that only appears in adults, who face everyday burdens of responsibility and obligation. However, doctors, researchers and public health officials have long known that the condition also appears in a significant number of teenagers. This fact makes appropriate teenage rehab for depression a mental health necessity.

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Can You Think Your Way Out of Stress and Depression?

Posted on October 7, 2014 in Depression

Can You Think Your Way Out of Stress and Depression?

By Suzanne Kane

In this fast-paced world, there’s no shortage of daily demands. In the determination to accomplish everything, some things inevitably fall off the list or people find themselves less than satisfied with the results. A mounting sense of pressure can take its toll, even bringing on symptoms of depression.

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television fosters depression

Posted on March 26, 2014 in Depression

How Television Watching Correlates With Depression

A variety of studies in recent years have shown a correlation between television watching and depression. Some of these studies have suggested a cause and effect relationship between excessive television or television at certain times of day and the development of depression. Other studies have shown that certain television-related behaviors are symptoms of depression, and can be used to help diagnose mental illness.

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